How do I change my time zone on Vome?

How do I change my time zone on Vome?

If you are receiving notifications at the incorrect time, it might be because your time zone was set incorrectly!

To update your time zone as a volunteer, here are the steps:
Please note that this option is only available on the web, and not yet available on the mobile app.
1. Using the left-hand side navigation, click Show profile (underneath your name)
2. On the right hand side of your screen click Edit profile
3. Scroll down and update the Time Zone (last field) to the correct time zone
4. Click Save 

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